Network of Excellence in Internet Science

'info' journal: special issue papers on future of Internet Governance


Over the last ten years the policies for the future internet, be it around technical standards, competition dynamics, innovation, the role of intermediaries or the protection of public interest goals have been intensely discussed. There remains a manifest difference between the dynamics of technological change and the dynamics of proactive regulation. The search after and development of policies for the future internet illustrates the persistent and critical gap between technological artifacts and their implications in actual market behavior and the regulatory process.

The twenty-sixth euroCPR Conference focused on policy and regulatory issues related to the future internet. We invited the EuroCPR community to reflect critically on the lessons learned over the past ten years, and to contribute constructively to ongoing debates about policy and regulation for the future internet: